Art+Cheer is such a fun evening with great music, delicious desserts, and engaging conversations. Art+Cheer is happening Friday, September 30, at 7:30pm at the David Friend Recital Hall (Berklee College of Music) at 921 Boylston St. This A+C features the music of Izzy Marcil, Tyesha Simpson, and Matthew Sallee. Best of all, its FREE. See you there, and bring some friends!
Jesus was baptized. New believers in the early church were baptized after repentance. Baptism is biblical, spiritual, and a testimony of your decision to follow Christ. Our next baptism is 10.23 during the 5pm worship service. Baptism classes are 10.02 and 10.16 at 4pm in the Art Gallery at Villa Victoria. You must attend one of these classes to be baptized on the 23rd. You can register for your class here.
We believe in the power of community at Anchor. Community is experienced on one level in our Sunday gatherings, but relationships are cultivated in our Anchor Crews. Meeting weekly all across the city, Crews are an opportunity for those of Anchor Church to study, to grow, and to pray together on a regular basis. Check out the days/times/locations and register here.
Last year's retreat was such a wonderful time that, by popular demand, we are doing it again this fall! This year's retreat is October 14-16 at Gloucester Inn by the Sea. Cost, which includes lodging for two nights, dinner Friday night, and breakfast two mornings, is the same as last year - $200 per couple. Couples will be "on their own" for lunch and dinner Saturday night. Our speakers this year are our own Pastor Randal and Shelly. They will be sharing their love story, practical lessons they have learned in 35 years of marriage, and some biblical principles that can strengthen a marriage. Registration begins 8.1 and space is limited. Both married and engaged couples are welcome! A $75 deposit guarantees your spot. Just be sure to indicate COUPLES on the "other" option when you pat ay anchorboston.com/give. We hope you can join us! Click here to register.
In every life there are defining moments, key crossroads when decisions impact one’s destination. There are other times when it seems our destination is chosen for us. Sometimes these paths are ones we would never choose for ourselves. The book of Ruth is the story of choices made and choices seemingly thrust upon people. It is about long-term consequences, and a divine X-factor is powerful enough to change one’s trajectory in life. Finally, it is about loyal love. We hope you will join us each Sunday in October for our five-part series, Ruth: Loyal Love.
Our community of believers is thrilled to be worshipping at the Villa Victoria Center for the Arts, 85 W Newton Street, Boston! For directions, mass transit, and parking information, please click here.